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Hey jooonie joons,

It’s about to get real tonight– dealing with a pretty touchy subject here and so I need to be extra careful with how I let this one out and who might read it.

Oh wait…

I don’t give a sh*t.

If you haven’t already noticed. 

If you can’t tell, I’m a little annoyed.  But let’s rewind…

Persian girls.

Let’s be real- befriending a group of Persian girls is one of the hardest things to do because we are some of the bitchiest, most judgmental women out there (we’re still pretty legit though — #truestory).

I will be the first to admit that when a new girl is introduced to my group of my friends, I don’t warm up to her until she proves herself to me.  But when a new guy is introduced — I don’t even think twice. #doublestandards.

If that new guy flirts with the biggest skank in the room, I’d probably find it somewhat amusing/funny.  BUT, if that new girl flirts with the hot guy in our group or even worst- my ex… I’d probably choke her (and judge obviously).

And I consider myself the “anti-bitch Persian girl.” (most of the time)

Growing up, I was never close with the Persian girls that my parents encouraged me to play with.  In fact, I was kind of the outcast.  Even in college, the only Persian girl I was friends with was HALF Persian.  I could never handle the bitchy, drama, materialistic Persian girl you’re sometimes surrounded by.

Then I met Saaghi who literally changed my perspective on most Persian girls out there.  And while I have many of those bitchy qualities, I never embraced it… until now, of course.

Take it or leave it

So when I moved away after college, I “proved” myself to a Persian group and started hanging out with them on the regular.  They were a group of amazing people- guys and girls- who not only, were fun to hang out with but I looked up to them in terms of their professionalism.  

They were my family away from home.  Moving to a new place where you don’t know ANYONE is hard enough– but finding that group of people you connect with is even harder and that’s what I thought I had found.

I was blinded by the fact that they ferociously judged anyone that was outside of their little club or that they talked massive amounts of shit about people who really didn’t deserve it.

No but really…

Until I stepped out from under their microscope…

Once I adjusted and became comfortable with my surroundings… I started branching out, making more friends and hanging out with various groups of people.

This caused me to be blacklisted from their inner circle.

Pretty soon, I only really saw them when I was out with mutual friends, but it was always okay.  I never thought twice about it because I still respected them.  I knew that if I ever really needed someone, I could turn to them and they’d be there for me.

But that’s just how Persians are sometimes, right?

We’re an exclusive group of people and it takes us a long time to find others that can understand and handle our shit.

With that said…

Put your money where your mouth is.

I found out that two people from within that group that I thought the world of are cheaters in the worst possible way.

But it’s okay to cheat on your boyfriend if it stays within the group… right?

Here are the biggest shit talkers in town… doing something that they would RUIN another person for if the situation had been reversed.

Their actions shattered my entire image of them.  

And that’s on them.

Let’s be honest- we’ve all fucked up.  At 18, I drunkenly hooked up with someone who had a girlfriend.  Judging?  Be my guest… I learned from MY mistakes and haven’t done anything like that since.

I’d LIKE to think that by 30, people are smart enough to know the difference between right and wrong… immoral and moral… unethical and ethical.

Do I really have to continue?

So I might have a double standard with how I judge men and women who enter my group, but YOU have a double standard on what people are allowed to do and what YOU’RE allowed to do.  

And that’s f*cking shady.

So tell me joonies- am I being a little too harsh? Should I shut the f*ck up and let people be the all the bitch they can be?

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Keepin it real,

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  1. No, you’re not being harsh. It’s a good reality check for everyone. I find myself harshly judging people and when i realize that i’m doing that, i take a step back and think 1) have i ever done anything like that, and if the answer is ‘yes’, i need to shut the f*** up and 2) have i ever been in that person’s position? if not, than i need to calm the f*** down and not be judgemental because, honestly, until we’re in similar positions/situations we really don’t know how we would handle things.
    Its inevitable that most of us will do f***ed up things to others at some point, but how we come out from those situations in terms of our mentality (are we justifying our actions? are we blaming the victim for our flaws?, etc) and the measures we take not to repeat those mistakes, are what show our character.

  2. Sad but true, keep bringing it up, keep it real.

  3. Iran to which 85% of its occupiers actually look East Indian not even Middle Eastern (hence) Iran has Armenian, Turk, Lor, Kurd, and Fars as occupants. Now out of all these ethnicity’s the Fars almost 89% look pure East Indian (hence) if you do come across a light Iranian its cause he or she is probably Armenian, Turk or Kurd to which none really are actual Iranians, as Armenians in history actually come from Armenia, Kurds to which even though are classified as Mud nation but really origin from China if you look at their deep roots, and Turks which migrated to Iran after 1350AD during the Ottoman occupation of Iran (hence) before 15th century and before the Safavid dynasty (1501 to 1722 ) when Shia Islam was actually created. Lets not forget that the Ottoman enslaved the Persians for 2 centuries during ghazavian dynasty prior to Safavid. During this time span Persia was yet again enslaved after it was raped by Byzantine and Arabs during (Sassanian dynasty). Any how the reason to which Iranians hate Arab and Turk is cause their mothers where fucked by both not to forget the Byzantine and or Roman empire to which fucked their mothers as well prior to Arab occupation (hence) also the Greeks, as even they too fucked Iranian mothers and destroyed the Takhte Jamshis (Iranian pronunciation). If anyone and or any nation should be bragging about their historical achievements it has to be definitely Arab and Turks as Ottoman destroyed Byzantine empire to which enslaved Iran for centuries, Turks also enslaved Greeks for 4 centuries to which again violated Iranian mothers and of course Arabs to which during the leadership of Khaled Ibn Al Waleed defeated the notorious Byzantine and or Roman empire and kicked them out of Syria. When khalid Ibn al waleed entered the battle of Yarmouk (hence) YouTube has a tailor of this battle as well. The Persian general was too afraid to face Khalid on a one to one basis so he set up a trap for Waleed , that way he can have a few of his troops jump in and assist him during the face off, (hence) not only as seen in the biography of Yarmouk Khalid was able to kill the Persian general and his troops. But he also mentioned that East to west, NEVER ONCE HAVE I CAME ACROSS A NATION WITH SUCH COWARDS. Word for word. So let me ask you this again Persians, what is it that you are proud of as the one achievement that you’ve had in history is getting fucked up the ass by other empires. See the major differences between you East Indian looking Farses and Arabs is the fact that Laventine Arabs such as Lebanese and Palestinian or Syrians look more European Mediterranean, yet you Iranians Look more East Indian and or south East Asian not to mention the fact that Arabs and East Indians are more proud of their culture and heritage and as their women don’t die their hair blonde like Iranian women do in North America and Europe to try to look Scandinavian

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